As the Domestic Equalizers,
Debbie Sue and Edwina like to blunder through the mysteries
life throws at them. Their newest case is going to be
interesting as Debbie Sue’s ex, Quint, shows up asking them to
find the thief of his identity. The murder was just an extra
squirt of fate in their lives.
And of course what would
life be without one of the Domestic Equalizers’ friends being
set up on a blind date? Strangely, Quint is the man their
friend gets set up with, courtesy of the friend’s daughter.
Hopefully, it all ends up with a happy ending, or will it?
I Gave You My Heart But You Sold It
Online is a humorous look at the trouble that can
follow friends around. The friends we see on a daily basis and
the friends we only see when they (or we) are in need. I
Gave You My Heart But You Sold It Online is a dash of
humor, a dash of small-town life (with some public indecency
thrown in for pleasure), as well as a dash of reality. It is a
fun novel that looks at the seriousness of new crimes that are
popping up in today’s society, like identity theft. The
characters are human, but flawed. A joy to get to know. And it
feels like you are leaving the family you like to visit when
the book is over. A very enjoyable read.